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FAQs from MusiciansClinics.com – part 10

Over the next months, I will be uploading some commonly viewed FAQs from MusiciansClinics.com. ... Read More

FAQs from MusiciansClinics.com – part 9

Over the next months, I will be uploading some commonly viewed FAQs from MusiciansClinics.com. ... Read More

Guidelines for Musicians with Hearing Loss to Bring to Their Audiologist

Dear Readers: During this holiday season, the editors at Hearing Health & Technology Matters... Read More

FAQs from MusiciansClinics.com – part 8

Over the next months, I will be uploading some commonly viewed FAQs from MusiciansClinics.com. ... Read More

FAQs from MusiciansClinics.com – part 7

Over the next months, I will be uploading some commonly viewed FAQs from MusiciansClinics.com. ... Read More

INFO FOR MUSICIANS

a, i, and sometimes y

Well, not “y” but it sounded better that way.  Y is actually a confusing... Read More

Audiometric asymmetries with some musicians – Part 1 of 3

In audiology it is almost a “Mom and apple pie” statement that hearing loss... Read More

Is the human ear canal a cylinder or a cone? Part 2

In part 1 of this blog series, we looked at why a clarinet sounded... Read More

Modifying musician earplugs

Musician earplugs use some very creative methods to ensure that the attenuation that a... Read More

Well, I was wrong

Well, maybe not completely wrong,  but maybe partly wrong.  In previous blogs I delineated... Read More

PREVENTING HEARING LOSS

A city is a noisy place

A city is a noisy place. The Canadian Hearing Society in … Canada… (bet... Read More

A three finger approach to hyperacusis

Working in a musicians’ clinic means that I see…. musicians.  Hearing loss prevention is... Read More

Music and the PCAST Recommendations- Part 3

The most important element in a hearing aid fitting is the OSPL90. This, according... Read More

An 8000-Hz Audiometric Notch with Music Exposure

Last week I saw a violinist with an 8000-Hz audiometric notch in her hearing... Read More

To vent or not to vent. That is the question – Part 3

In parts one and two of this blog series, the creation of a vent-associated... Read More